Opinion: Yes Prince Harry is dating, but the media harassment has to stop!

Lately, there’s been much hype about Prince Harry’s alleged new relationship. Speculation, rumours and pure gossip have flooded the internet and newspapers for almost a week. Sadly, this has been the norm for the 32-year-old during his entire adult life. It isn’t even just Prince Harry, rumours and gossip affect all royals. From the Queen to The Prince of Wales, the Duchess of…
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Royal Burials: Basilica of St Denis

The west facade of the Basilica (Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons). The Basilica of St Denis, the burial site of the Kings of France, is located in northern Paris, in the suburb of Saint-Denis. Saint Denis is a Christian martyr and patron saint of France and served as the…
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What would happen if Princess Eugenie marries Jack Brooksbank?

This week, Sarah, Duchess of York, strongly denied the rumors that her daughter, Princess Eugenie, was engaged to her boyfriend Jack Brooksbank. Speculation is rife at the moment, with many newspapers reporting that Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank are set to marry after being in a relationship for the past six years. Princess Eugenie of York is 8th in line to the throne, however, she isn’t expected…
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Royal Burials: Fontevraud Abbey

You may think that all the Kings and Queens of Great Britain are buried somewhere in our sceptre isle, even if in the case of some efforts are still going on to work out exactly where. In fact, two of our Kings and one of their wives at buried at the Royal Abbey of Our Lady of Fontevraud, in Anjou, France. They are Henry II, his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine and their son Richard I. For this was in…
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Who was Adela of Normandy?

Though many of the details of life are unknown or disputed by historians, Adela of Normandy is a saint of the Roman Catholic Church and was the daughter of William the Conqueror, the first Norman King of England and his wife, Matilda of Flanders. Adela was born in the years…
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King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima opened the "Mapping Australia: Country to Cartography" exhibition

Last Monday King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands opened the exhibition “Mapping Australia: Country to Cartography” in the Aboriginal Art Museum (AAMU) in Utrecht. The Royal Couple visited the exhibition in preparation for the state visit to Australia and New Zealand that  will take place in late October and early November. Exactly 400 years ago, Dutchman Dirk…
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